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Physical Properties of Metals

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Generally ornaments are usually made up of 24 karat gold.

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Explain why the electrical conductivity of a metal decreases as the temperature is raised, but the opposite occurs with semiconductors.

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The property of metals producing a ringing sound when struck is called :

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Brittleness is a characteristic property of:

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Copper atoms has completely filled d-orbitals in its ground state but it is a transition element. Why?

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An alloy which is sonorous is :

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Metals are good conductor of electricity but poor conductor of heat.

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Metals are usually hard. Hence metals are strong and can with stand heavy loads over them. Due to this property they are difficult to cut and can be used in the construction of heavy machines, buildings etc. On the other hand, non-metals are usually brittle. On hammering them they break into small pieces converting themselves into the fine powder.

In the following elements identify the element that is relatively brittle.

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Graphite is the only non-metal which is good conductor of electricity.

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The substance capable of being drawn into a wire is called:

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